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[REPORT] Baby boom; Annual job gains extend to 26 years; Reserve Bank sets needle for faster growth
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Bloomberg Australia 2h
New Zealand’s Economic Growth Rate Held at 5-Year Low in 1Q
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Governor Philip Lowe: "..wages growth remains modest and is below the rate that would ensure that inflation is comfortably within the 2 to 3 per cent range. "
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Governor Philip Lowe: "This rise in participation is a positive development. But it is one of the factors that has meant that strong demand for labour has not put much upward pressure on wages."
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Governor Philip Lowe: "The fact that employment has been increasing considerably faster than the working-age population has led to a reduction in the unemployment rate, but the reduction is not as large as might have been expected. "
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Governor Philip Lowe: "It would, however, be unrealistic to expect that lowering interest rates by ¼ of a percentage point will materially shift the path we look to be on."
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Governor Philip Lowe: "One option [to get closer to full employment] is fiscal policy, including through spending on infrastructure. Another is structural policies that support firms expanding, investing, innovating and employing people."
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Governor Philip Lowe: "It is not unrealistic to expect a further reduction in the cash rate as the Board seeks to wind back spare capacity in the economy and deliver inflation outcomes in line with the medium-term target."
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RBA 3h
Speech by Philip Lowe, Governor – The Labour Market and Spare Capacity – at the CEDA luncheon, Adelaide -
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[REPORT] Mid-Session: Local shares are up 0.3% at lunch on Thursday; lifting for a 3rd day & remain at 11.5 year highs.
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[VIDEO] Mid-Session: The Aussie market is making a slight improvement at lunch on Thursday despite a choppy start to the session. While the majority of sectors are higher, losses for major miners and energy stocks are holding back gains.
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[PODCAST] Mid-Session: Market gains held back by resource weakness. Listen now on iOS: or Android:
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Gold miners are standing out as the price of the precious metal continues to lift. +6.1%, +5.9%, +5.6%, +5.2%
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The no. of passengers who travelled through Sydney Airport in May grew by 2.4% compared to May 2018. International passengers +6.3% & Domestic +0.3%. +2.5%
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While there are more winners than losers on the Aussie market Thursday, the 200 is down 0.1% due mainly to losses from , , , &
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Caltex is down 17.5% after 1hr of trade on Thursday following a profit downgrade. Viva Energy which supplies fuel to Coles Express petrol stations is down 9.8%
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[CHART] ASX 200 sector moves after an hour of trade - Utilities & Information Technology lead the gains; Materials & Energy the only groups to be in the red Iress
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Syrah Resources remains in a trading halt for a 2nd day as the graphite miner looks to raise ~$111.6M to provide additional liquidity & flexibility at its Balama graphite mine
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[REPORT] US interest rates: Uncertain economic outlook
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Qantas is revamping its Frequent Flyer Program with $25M to be invested to its loyalty program. Changes will include increasing the number of reward flights to high-demand destinations. QAN shares are down 1.7%
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